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Rainy farm hunt
    #4252994 - 06/03/05 06:55 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Everything looks too wet and flooded outside today. There will probably be better fruitings out in a couple of days. I just go out for the heck of it, right out there in the rain getting soaked.. I've done it enough times to where I don't even care if I get wet, just bring on the mushrooms!

Here are some pics of the area that I was in. the whole place is huge, dozens of acres probably. I can walk around in there and get lost in the complex of horse fields.










Not many mushrooms out today, I think some of the stuff that I found was from the previous rain.

Lots of coprinus species:



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This one is probably an agaricus, given the size, color, veil, and habitat, which was on the ground near horse manure.




These are pluteus species.. I screwed the pic up, it's over exposed from sun light.



And I managed to find a few tiny pan subbs growing in the horse manure compost. None were in good condition. The rest that i picked were mainly rotten or falling apart. These looked like they fruited from last rainfall.


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Re: Rainy farm hunt [Re: eris]
    #4253662 - 06/03/05 09:37 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Yeah, a bit of flooding here in the southeast as well.

It's rained for the past like 5-6 days, and there hasn't been a nice dry day for the shrooms to just grow.


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Re: Rainy farm hunt [Re: eris]
    #4254155 - 06/03/05 11:58 PM (11 years, 5 months ago)

Nice, thanks for sharing eris.


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